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Old 02-07-2012, 01:26 PM
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Default Dabny Tips?

Howdy folks,

I'm fairly new to the sport but have been enjoying my time out on the Sandy. I'm using a single-hand 9' 8wt with the new Rio Scandi Versitip system, which I like a lot.

I'm curious to know though if anyone has a tip or two about how to fish the area. It seems like the water is fairly deep there and I have yet to get ahold of anything - although like I said, a day on the river beats a day anywhere else.
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